|Title||CSS101: Introduction to CSS|
|Prerequisites||HTML101: Introduction to HTML|
or equivalent experience
CSS is used to add style to web pages. It can be used to enhance the visual appearance of pages, as well as to add more sophisticated layout and effects.
This course covers the principles of using CSS to developo a visual theme for web sites. It includes basic text and layout techniques, as well as some effects available in modern browsers. It also covers some of the traps and pitfalls with different browser versions.
Students who have done the HTML 101 course will already have covered some elementary CSS. However, they will benefit from learning CSS in more depth, and having a more formal approach to CSS principles.
The CSS techniques covered include:
- General CSS Styling
- Styling Text
- Layout and Positioning
- Using Classes and IDs
- Styling Tables and Lists
- CSS and Images
- Using Multiple Style Sheets
At all times, the student is encouraged to follow good design and writing principles, and the examples and exercises are clear and written in a way to facilitate further development.
Training includes comprehensive training material containing summary sections which explain key CSS concepts, and can be used later as a reference.